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New deputy Dev’t Minister promises: Price reduction in milk, bread, oil, detergants, diapers and telephones”

Here is the answer to all those miserable Greeks criticizing the new Greek cabinet. Deputy Development Minister Gerasimos Giakoumatos made the difference right from the start of assuming his new duties. He promised to reduce prices in several basic goods. “My goal is one and only!” he told reporters on …

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Greek Minister resigns over Milk Reform… and nobody notices

Deputy Agricultural Minister Maximos Charakopoulos resigned from his cabinet position on Saturday evening claiming disagreement with the milk reform. However he would vote in favor of the controversial multi-bill on Sunday in order not to hinder the “proper funding of the country.” The multi-bill containing major reforms of the trading …

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Innovative Larissa: Fresh milk from the “ATM”

Residents of Larissa are standing queue in front of an ATM of a different kind. It doesn’t give money, it gives milk! A real innovative idea has been materialized in the city of Larissa in Central Greece. The groundbreaking initiative belongs to the Association of Cow breeders of Thessalia & …

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Larisa: Supermarket Chain Pays Employees With Food & Milk Instead of Salary

That some business in Greece face serious economic problems is no secret. That some employees keep working waiting for the salary for three to six or even more than ten months is not a secret too. That businesses close down because of sharp decrease of revenues is known to everyone here as well. But that …

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UPD Family drama: Two toddlers abandoned outside church in Thessaloniki

A boy and a little girl were found abandoned outside the church of St. Panteleimon in Kalamaria, Thessaloniki on Tuesday afternoon. Residents who saw the toddlers roaming around alone for a couple of hours, called the police. The toddlers, a 3.5-year-old boy and a girl between 1.5 to 2 years …

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IOCC: Health and Wellbeing of Syrian Children at Risk

After six years of conflict in Syria, the International Orthodox Christian Charities (IOCC) organization is urging for the continuation of support for programs to meet the needs of Syrian children and adolescents. Food insecurity, lack of access to education, trauma, no perspective… The IOCC is urging continued support for programs …

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NASA discovery: Seven Earth-size planets orbiting a single star; could hold life

Are there alien neighbors out there? Is there life on another  ‘earth-similar planet’ in a newly discovered planet system? Is there an Earth among the seven earth-size planets orbit the single star?  Is there a ‘KeepTalkingTrappist1’ blog and website just 40 light years away from KeepTalkingGreece? In a press conference …

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A shocking report: Greeks sink yet deeper in poverty

How can Greeks live on a monthly pension of just a little above 300 euros?  They cannot. Rent or property tax and utility bills swallow the meager income month in, month out. Hardly is a euro left for food or other items that cover daily needs. A food package from …

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